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Gorgeous cut flowers for Valentine's Day

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Cut flowers add romance to Valentine's Day, and there are many choices available. Some tips to remember about fresh cut flowers is to change the water in the vase often to prolong the blooms and keep out of extremely warm areas. Always keep the stems in water and try to avoid having leaves below the water line. If flowers begin to droop, try cutting the stem a little shorter to see if that will work. It does sometimes and is worth a try.

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  • Tulips speak of spring, especially welcome during these cold days of winter. They come in many colors including red, pink, purple, yellow, white and bi colors.
  • Mixed flower bouquets are fun and brightly colored. With a mixture of types and colors, it almost looks like a flower garden.
  • Stargazer lilies have an unforgettable fragrance. Remove the yellow pollen however so it doesn't stain furniture or upholstery.
  • Carnations come in a wide range of colors and sometimes have a spicy fragrance.
  • Cut orchids are exotic and unusual.
  • Calla lilies lend an air of elegance and often are featured in bridal bouquets.

For tips on how to arrange flowers, please see http://www.marthastewart.com.

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